Alright, I get it. A lot of first time mom's get shit from people. I feel like I'm getting double the shit from people because of my fiance's ex. My fiance agrees that his whole family is comparing me to her and thinks I am like her without trying to actually get to know me. They just assume it because I'm pregnant and he doesn't go get wastey pants with them because he's working. I've run down what his grandparents (his grandma and great Aunt) treat me like. I've mentioned how I didn't want to hold their new grandson when I had food in my hand and they told my fiance, "You see, that's how things are going to be." As if I was lazy for not wanting to hold their grandson. This time, though, it's our fuckking neighbor. I don't feel pressured to be nice to her either! Last night, when she found out this is my first child, all of the typical "Don't say that to a pregnant woman" words kicked in from her and her only. Everyone else was being nice. She then proceeds to come up to me today and tell me, "Do you mind if I give you some advice?" and then, I didn't respond because I knew even if I said no, she was going to get pissed and tell me anyway. She was telling me don't take parenting classes from pregnant women (lol) and basically just doing the typical, "You don't know what you're getting into" thing which was royally pissing me off and made me feel like even she had some idea I was going to be this horrible piss of a mother. It already pisses me off when my fiance's family and friends do it, simply because he dated someone who doesn't know how to take care of her fucking kids. As if everyone is that way. Even though, they've seen me with his son and his son's brother and know how good I am with them. My fiance tells me all the time HOW I am with his son and his son's brother is what reassures him I'll be an awesome mom. I don't need our neighbors doing this shit too. This time though, I actually want to fucking cry... I just have this whole feeling of "Just you fucking wait and see what kind of mom I am, you assholes. I am going to be AWESOME. I am going to have WEAK moments, but I am also going to have more strong moments than any of you give me credit for." The lady talking to me HAD to take parenting classes. Totally the person I'm taking advice from! Not.